Newspaper Page Text
Suffered 20 Years.
A' Ml-. MAIIY I. '".'WIS, wife- of a promi nent f.ir;..i i. a i .i vv, 11 km.wti by ;dl . : l ie-i.h :.ts r.: -ir U Ir:.. -tit. N. V.. writes: 'Tor 1 t-i y- vm y.-.iis I h.i 1 1 en u Cdii.-Mrit Mi!brr ft.;) ii twin jiro.-t ra tion, a:. a j -aid la: - : u:i.s f h.um y f r uoi t rsan ! adv. rt;-. I i. mcdie;- wi.ho'.it be:c Lt. T).?v y- ars s., ...y coi.dit imi v.;.s ar.TVi::.r' ti..' ! . -t n. .1 v I . t a t I.- a -i 1 U!.' i .v.- . 1 was u. aid'- to -;!, 1, la tn;r-.i : i T -;i.;wii.r : !" os a. ! s-i ; !y c: ,v w (!.. i ' I :. il. : tio Ni : i .. -v. I.ivi r V.'.N. At i.:t The I:.. :;.':. .- . o i . i.:. e li.. e. t, b;:t af:-r t t. f !:.:. s I ...a to u-tav a : i . t . !: : ft t, J:.y appe tite ? -it: t .. I iY.y w littt r, :i :. -v 1 . : i t.-arly r -Iiivl tola ,.!t!i a .f l ;y ;..:t (Jed ruaiant, . , ti..r j.rti.. Ljervinc Xvi.i r.:s ,.r :..;. y ;i- fjcatcrea in rv. s fr. . A: Cjuttr'2.'A:-3i.j MILLS MLDh'AL cu.. l.lb:iii, h:a. 'I'lior.satiils ( t -rr-"!is lniv ' cti rnifii ! " !.y tisin.' n.'Witt's Yiu U ShIvc. It heal- protnpily atttl mi--'fii.a uti. all skiti ilix'a-r. 1' Lhi-s iiti-HH-.iMtc r li- 1'. I!. S. W( b. yinrrn Sow. Ah, pnep wlu n Julia read aloud. My doting soul was rapt and proua; Hut now. although I love her more, Vhe-n Julia read, I doze and snore. Chicago Record. Hob M..otv. oi Lii'tyc ti , IihT, v thnt for i!itiitttio!i in- lias fournl Df Witt's Little Kuly lliscrs to he j rft'Ct. They vei ripe. Try tliem 1t stomm h ami .'iver troubles. I. S. Webb. Muhr(wm 8orttr. A Hocicty for tlu stuily of iuuhroom La ben orpanizwl in Philadelphia. It w-111 meet every two weeks, and nutn bers will read apers on such topic 8f "Mu-shnKDiiiH That Have Helped Mc.'' Tht orraiiizer.s my that thre arc about ESS fdible kiinN of lutishrtKitus to l found around Philadcljdiia, and that tons of the delicious food pro to waste ulrnply becaUM people have a horror o irhat are kcowr, as toadtooln. orly fotj- Vlv of wti ie'" " r".a!'y o!ni.orv Win yo'ir batll-- ajant i :is.-nc by act r.p pi' tnp'lv. Mn- Mrnitp Couh Cure ;iroiiii iinnii'batc t t-. When laUen irly il pi':.:- c .nuu.pt ion. Air' in "atet n;ccs i f 1 1 :i ' - s i i rinpt i el a-f JJ, S. W' bb. Ittrrnnl Ilrci. Xenr the "acyiinn son there are pot ernl "eternal fires." so called by the i;ft tivec. where natural fas i"-upc; from the pTOund, and has been on fire for Apes. K. C Illa.-.k' write- thai Ha -I alve v . arel pile, advi-' otlirt . .czt'ina. 'ktii li li S. W. i,b. of li '.lviile. Texas b , . f DeW tt's Wi! li n m j, ifoM.o t to him. It ! ten t ats si umIiiivT. He I.i ti'v :i. Il alo ciin- a and ob.t i ha' e toi es. Oa :i:er. I.;.,' n room wnrie luun guei t.s uta u. L.!,e(l m,, ;i( i, jiia- ;.nt. fjioak t( your li....ts befoio addio.-.-mc fril-Lids wii. i are in .ted quests. The. lirsl A.ijd lat halutittion sliould by to thoot who otTcr jou Jiu..pitaiity. Modern mk- date tiom 175, at which time rt'scarel.t - of Dr. Lewis ami Ilibuu court in the chemistry cf ink btan. Uy act (jf congress, tlie tnlistcd trtngth i,f ur army, in time of peaoo, 1 utvtr to tiia-ed UO.OOO men. Sick h adacho, biliousness, cor stip atioi ml all liver and stomach trouble- own be tjuii kly curcil by un.'.r those t unou little pills known as DeWitt's Lttilo 1tiiy KiscrH. Tiiey are ple;,.atit to take and m cr gripe. II. S. Weib. W'llliflia II. n Art I'atrtin. Wilhelm earnestly desires to make the line arts flourish in Prussia, and in this respect, as in all others, to bet the pace for the (ieiuiau empire, lie is generous in exhorting cities to raie monuments, ami helps all he can. lie U Indefatigable in visits to stti dioa and in eneoura.ement t sculp tors, painter and other artists whom he regards as able. It is, however, only under great disadvantages that a man on t throne encourage the art . Hi very power stands In his way. The importance of what lie says is such that a criticism exercises a crushing effect. The fact that he is of so Im petuous and Kelf-contldent, if not vx uctly domineering, a nature, puts him tit thl disadvantage; h admires preatly certainartists and their works, and almost violeutly dislikes the works of others. He is a pretty partisan, and, what U worse, lie cannot help It. because Le gets it by Inheritance from Rome old Slavic prince of an ancestor who in his own day probably caused the cirtWts of the wrong samp to be sac mifked to the grim gods of paganism. Centurv.. OPiNIXC THE CAMPAIGN. Thw Hrt Convention Held at Ithaca Lawt Friauy-Ely atvi 4uUlinwH Endors-d-U.tf Attoudaiae and Ortat Enthutdu'in. The lir.st icpublican convention of the campaign was held at Ithaca last Flida.y to fleet dekatcs to the .several district and state eon volitions and a mott hat nioiiioiis atheiiti could n-t ir wished tor. Kvciy township was represented hy full leloe;iti,ns except No walk, ami the prevailing seiituiieot was tiial the sueerss of liie p. nty was a certainty this lull. The cons out ion was called, to order at 11 oYlork by W. A. Loot, chairman of the county committee, who briefly touched upon .-oine poin s of special intelest to lue puit.V. Palllcillal l did he emphasize the need of harmony ami said that he should do all that he could to aid the t ' w in til s lal!. As one steo toward harmonious action, he declined positive!) to lie a candidate lor chairman ol the eounty committee and a-ked his friends to support any one who could bliu ihc I e j lli I'ed skill and bu-iness capacity to the place. The executive cniimit'ec having clcsen I'. W. ( iiddin'. ot St. Louis, lor temporal) chairman, In was invited io pte.idc. In acieptin the plnee Mr. (Jiddiu's treated the convoiitiu ti a short, J'ilh.v speech that was full of sound, common scii-c. C 1'. Ilrown of Alma, was elected temporary secretary and the lollowin i-oiiiinittees were appointed before ad journing lor dinner: ( 'kki'I.m i m.s: W'.J. Miller, C A. I.iHion. M. U Salter. l'lUMAMN T (W;.VM. 1 IN ASH oiilKli oi i;lslM: 11. U. Uovle, A. It. Wheeler, It. C. Kly. Kksui.i iions: A. 15. Darragh, U.S. Miller, L. H. Wolfor.l. Tlie convention then took a recess until 1 :.'5' for dinner. Upon reassembling the committee on credentials- reported the following en titled to seats: A la a n . ( : V. It'-nm-r J. I-. Si-liwai t. .1 N l ord (J. V. I'linu'lH ('. ('. irli'r ISKi'lUN v . I. T. Cliapiti K. W. Keuiuaii 11 I HA, (' . V. I! row ii T A.Kly I. 1. Sliairnt II. li. lva'rs lt. Klv t'. L. S.a.lt V. .1. Mill, r Willar.i I t it.k l. V. V. Tillany i ii.is. I-. ( )iit;ink'ii flue.. K-ir K. MeHcliina l.()U' llovil .las. W'o..i.t.n li. . I uilrr Km I". icon. .1. v 1 1 . n JuiiMtliaii liil!e- r. v ;m'l.'.-veiit.-r 11. W a.'.'.auT W alter Wlut.ai li l. l O.N. K. s.,i.iirv T. C ( I i e-ter U. l er Hamilton. .I.e. MiuV.rv A I.. Wi.h't li ii vc v. .1 I. Kl.vs II I '. IlilNhVK M. K Suiter .las 1'. i.ihl.. N. W'l.lkrr .1. I i, ill.-. i 1. S. ao r K. T l'..ttf-r t r.. w iK-i.t A. 1'. I. n- ... Illtll.' I'. I) ivtta 'l'ne.i 1 i W man K N . Ile.-k-r l.AKA 1.1 I K . (en. K. Al-I.H l) L I.. . ii.ai rias N K W 1 1 A V K N I.. 11. V..lf..rd lie... IMI.TI .ImIoi .M..r- Son i ii si v u II I. W.....I .laeuli Mi-llauet Noktii sllAl'K N.J H.tioT .li.l.n Miij iai.' .1. 1 1. l'.-ttn .) . I'. Sa.lu r . .1. l liaio'if! 'li.4iniei . .1. Lve.v.t K. V r.t ii U ! i ii .lis M-.us i W . A. Ku.. .Inhn i. ('lark Win. liner I'im: l:i i u. Zeal. ii- sjifrrv. nt tn I . Mi SK 1 1.1. K. VV . I Strong IC. .1. l.at lit.' M M N l.li. '. V . button K A. Potter V A S 1 1 1 N O I O S . ,l:is. I'.Hlie I lat vi y W oo.l VN 11 I . K 1. K H. A H. F. Crawford II. U. I.'JX lr ( '. A. Zuliiilrr M . Lor is. K. II. Kuril A. It. Utnau'li .1 H. Wilson Kii-m1 Moore ( ';i-re VVihmI i .-is i ar!i. i;..l.. 1 1 s Mill-r 1. l'lrlliilo; I.. .1. MiatTcr T. .1. b "if .J, I.. 15.. i. tli Das i.i I 1 1 1 c a a Tlirn. A l.vi.iki I l.rWi- Iv.ll'J W. O. V MvHi .1. W . imtli 'i. K im S ill si'"' N. M. ( ,k .. I. I Kill r. vv. (.ul.liiik's A. I: w l.e.-ler U. M. Kvrnlt ii The committee on permanent organ ization and order of business then presented the following report: That the temporary organization be made permanent. That the order of business be as follows: ltcport of committee' on etedenlials. lteport of committee on resolutions. Klcetion of delegates to congtessiotiul convention. Klection of delegates to senatorial convention. Klection of delegates to stale convention. Klection of a county committee. Klection of a chairman for county committee. Messrs Salter, Sharrar ami Mey were then appointed tellers; the oath was adminis cred to the otlieeis ami the convention was organized for work. The report of the committee on resolutions was then presented, the reading being interrupted I'V frequent applause. Resolved, Hy the Republicans of (iratiot county in convention assembled, that we again renew our pledges of allegiance to tln principles of the grand . old republican party which had its birth in the desire that all men should fre 1 and eual, and tho earliest battlo cry of which was "Freedom, Frcoanen and Freemont;'1 which through it wbe and patriotic policies and the statesman ship of its trusted leader safely guided the ship of state through the tempest nous sea of a terrible civil w ar, effected a reconstruction ot our republic on the basis of the constitution ami the law , in that Old dlory no longer lloats ovr a laud half slave and hall free, butor an h'.mogeiieious nation of freemen: that party by which has ben aritun with sword and with pen every pajro of Ameiican history f the past thirty ciht )cars that a loval American citizen may read without a blu.li of shame; and which has brought about a period f prosporit) unequalled m the present history We endorse the UlisellUh and patri otic administration of President Mi -Kinlov in n straining the war spirit ot the nation so long as there was hope ot honorable peace. We endorse the statesmanlike fore sight which ptevented hasty recogni tion of the so-called Cuban republic. We highly commend the wise plans of piesident McKmicy and his counsel ors, the able leadership of our generals, the glorious achievements of our at my and navy and demand that w here ( )!d ( I lory is once raisid it shall never be hauled down. We endorse the honest and fearless ctlort of (lov. Pingree in lavor of epial taxation, e.pial rights for all and special privileges lor none and es pecially commend his untiring efforts tor the thorough organization, the health ami comfort of Michigan soldiers. Resolved, That we endorse the can didacy of our fellow citizen, W. (liddings of St. Louis, f r the position of state senator for the Huh senatorial district and ask our delegates to use all honorable means to secure his nomina tion. Whereas, The County of (Jratiot has not been represented on tlie state ticket ot the republican party of Michigan for more than twenty years, and Whereas, We believe that the great agricultural and landed interests ot our state should be cared for by one .specially lilted for the trust; and Whereas, Among the candidates for nomination and renomination at t In coming state convention of our party, there is no fanner: therefore be it Resolved, That we leptiblicans of (Jratiot county in convention assembled endorse the candidacy of Townseml A. Kly, farmer, soldier and republican, for the nomination as state land com missioner and urge thedelcgatcs, today elected to the state eonventior , to Use all honorahle means to secure his nom inatioii. Following the older the delegation to Reed City was next selected, the following gentlemen being named: W. A. Loot, Ithaca; Cage Wood, Pine River; W. O. Watson. Rreckenridge; C. F. Rrown, Alma; A. It. Wheeler, St. Louis; R. S. Miller. Fiwell: C. A. Rutton, Sumner: Charles Kerr, Ashley; T. J. Clark, Pine River; T. C. Chides tor, Perrinton; R. C. Kly, Alma; II. K. Mvers, Alma; .James Payne, Pompei; W. J. Miller, Rctlian): A. P. Lane, Ithaca. At this juncture, R. S. Miller moved that inasmuch as the convention had indorsed tlie candidacy of Messrs Kly and (liddings they be allowed to select their ow n de'egates and the motion was carried. After a short recess, in order to c'ivo the gentlemen time to choose their men, Mr. (liddings repoiied the following senatorial delegation: 11. L. Wood. North Star: A. It. D. irragh, St. Louis; II. IJ. Iloyle, Wheeler; Chas. F. Rrown, Arcada; Robert Miller, Seville; ( ). M Kverden, St. Louis; 'I'. ,J. Rlair, Sumner; T. .1. Clark, Pine River: Kugene Rocker, Lafayette; Frank Horr, Ithaca; David Duncoti, Washington; Kelly Searlos. Ithaca; Chas. Waggoner, Kmersot.; L. R. Woiford, New Haven; A. R. Wheeler, St. Louis. The stab delegation as chosen by Mr. Kly consists of: A. R. Darragh, St. Louis; A. IL Lowry, St. Louis; .Ja. (1. Kress. Ithaca; K. S. Searl, Ithaca; I". F. Timby, Arcada; R. C. Kly, Arcada: W. S. Turek, Arcada; (loo. Hater Ithaca; KI.Meachain, Klba;(leo. Mead, Kllm: A. R. Wheeler, St. Louis; W. (. Watson. Wheeler; ,L P. (libbs, Ithaca: W. 1). Strong, Seville; (1. P. Rlanchard, Arcada. For county committee the foil vvit g gentlemen were chosen: C. F. Rrown, Arcada; W. .). Miller, Rethany; Kd Meachain, F.lba; C. A. Vandorventer, Kmerson; F. Salisbury. Fulton; A. L. Wight, Hamilton; 1. 1). Pcttit, Ithaca; K. Recker, Lafayette; Harvey Munson, Newark, A. J. Cham bers, New Haven; A. L. Wool, North Star; R. W. Uriel-, North Shade; F. M. Frear, Pine River; W. C. Mallory, Seville; T. J. Rlair, Sumner; .lames Payne, Washington; 1J. XL Hoyle, Wheeler; A. R. Wheeler, St. Louis. if In (g Gained Twenty-Seven Pounds in Four Weeks. The Story of a Soldier. Von, the 'jytintrri.t, IS una. 111. No man ii better known and 1 i K 1 in ilmt liajij iet hours I lmd knorn fr rrnri. That rich tier f Illinois eoioilies, nf wliieli I'eeria : nLlit I m hi io .. ep easily and pi soundly is me renin-, 1 lian .tiial ( luster S. I larriiiL'- s a child, iind awoke refreshed. Ihiiiu'i ton, of I'riiicevilh, III. lor many years M r. four v. et k - a hi r I i 1 1 r i : r i r t he i reatment, n hit, ll;o tmilMoii has traveled ihroic.h t In- eutimry I had taken lour I.om of t he pi I Is, I found 1 on profitable journeys us nn inn. rani nc r-, ii;..l nu r, n-nl m wii-1,1, trom 1 1' pounds t, rliant, and evirywlnie he (.'.us he is driven a ! 1 Io pound.. Tliis r al I s snrpi is. d m IiieiuU, heart v weleome l.y the people who depend ! i ho i l.oi.L'lit ii i v ease was a hopeless one. f ' i,i. r.. i i r.i... ....... ii i " . . . i ... i : i i . o.,.,.,.. ...... earies, and some of lln- lu.Miries, , 111.-. .Mr. uarrniv'ion . u yen ran in nn- war, a to I ir.uii mis laei is ina.ie ui n-ina ik a i .ie OX perieliee whiell he related at the liii - Ciijit iilher t'eceiill . Ml. story, Iilliliu' l tin- eils of which the 'iil U'ar was hut tin- lievinninu' in his own, and in thoici'mls of 1 her ea.es, w us as follows; I .i-rved three years in tlie IJlu, Jllinoi., enlisting' at Ki.wanee, 111. 1 was in l.ih'.y Prison, and sutler, d. liUe iiiiiny aiioiher Noii h- ern ...Idler. I'uiil recently I w a. u mcmher ofilu IVim-cN i 1 i I'o-t.of i In i. A. K. " I he strain d army li!e did in work in iinderininiu..' my In allh, allhoich the c.,- lapse did not come I'm eai . for some I inn- I su tiered h oin eei, . ral d. ni I it y and m r ..us. In-ss, so luidly tliat I ei.uld not s!.. p. for (il'leefi i ars my sleep w as complin ly I ; il.. a up. Imli'.'i stimi, n . o S ii I and my ir i r u- j creased. My eyes heiatl to fail, ic d as my! body lost vitality my mind s,.. nn , I to u i i w ay al .n. I euu Id sen reel y r mem I n r events that happened hut a few week, before. " For two years was ntili'ted for I u" i- ' rie. I w as j lift a hie to creep :i round du ri n the LTealer part of this I i me, a u I t hen- Wi re tim-H when I could .:( "it up ill all. My brother is a dnefor, but all his elforls to In lp nir fai led to v'i ve me any n li f. I tried a number of reinedic, without avail. finally, havin-j read iirtidrs regard- ini? cures- that' had bei'ii etle. led hy Ir. i. hatns' Pink Pills for Pill- People." I derided to try tlirin. That was in .;. 1 Imti'.dit a box ami took the pilU uceordim.- to in- itruotiniis. Just f.or days km r I had the rheiiiiportautpositii.il of ehairman I of the count y committee was tendered bv a rising yote to Hon. A. Darragh. I i of this rit. . In aeeepting ihe place, Mr. D.-ll iai-rh did s,, with relin-tai.ee i because of the v list amount of olhei work which claims his attention, but j and financially ablo to carry out any obliga pi omiseil the delegates to use bj best j I'V" y U.eir firm. 1 ksta I iu ax. V holrsalo rruifirist, Toledo. O. ellorts and reminded them that no one I liril) could win . success for the party. All lilllst Work ami if the Ji.altV does ... . ... . put its united strength into the hirht il will achieve one of its old time vietoi ies this fall. BMMMM ?J1.M. -'.V.l.t )'J represents the e ess of cpoi ts over imports shown in the com- pleted irade statistics for the fiscal year , , ... tnd.Hg .June .tU. 1!X. Ih.s ,s n - than double the amount of any favor- able trade balance hit hcrto recorded bv the r.iited S.ntes. In every detail which couti Unites to- vvanl the grand total of national pro - in lit v this lirsf tisoal v,...r of tbn Dinglej Tarill is a record "breaker. I he exports for the year wore 1 .'J-'! 1 1 1 .esd, which surpasses $SU,:s,:-2 the exports of last year under the Wilson-( iorman low tarill and no taritl. The exports for In'.is were almost ex net ly double the imports, as 1 ,';! 1 ,ol 1 m;s is to $i;ii;,o.vj,Mj I. The total imports for 1 Mis, i'i 1 (J.Uo-.'.-sil. is sns.bTT.oi; less than the total for ls;i7. Mud is the smallest volume of imports recorded since 170,. t;;In 17'.' the amount ot imported mer chandise per capita of population wa !..!'.'. In is'.ts, with an estimated pop ulation of 7 ',( 11 io, the amount per capita is tts.i.',. This is the lowest amount of imported merchandise pi-r capita recorded in the jiast thirty-one ears, or since the average bulk of im portations, interrupted by the Civil War, regained normal roportioiis. During le-'.iS the excess of gold im I i ts over gold exports has been $'.i', m I'd. (Hill, while the exports of silver coin and bullion exceeded the imports lv $ II. ",', MX), Taking these liures in connection with those of the merchandise trall'm there is an apparent credit balance in fav or of the United States of $00 I, (MX).. (MM). If an allowance is made for a per manent debt on account ot freight charges on American commerce carried in foreign vessels, interest on foreign loans and expenses of travelers abroad, amounting to tl.lo.oiMi.iMio per year, the net balance above this amount to the credit of American merchants and financiers would stand at :57 l.ooo.noo. The corresponding balance for ls;7 was .fpj I. (MM). noo, and the gain in ac tual cash balance for 1MH. the first year of restored Protection is f ji'iii.ooo,. ( MM . The condensed record of the car, which includes eleven months of fair ami intelligent protection as contrast d with the preceding twelve months of low Tarill and no Tarill', stands thus: (Jam in exports, 10,;U s,'i i. Decrease in imports, f 1 lJS,(;77..r)fs. r.xecss of exports over imports, ftJlo, -'J.'V.UV-M. It is a record unparalleled in the world's history of commerce. 1'cono mist. If our opposition friemh anticipated the usual bickeiing at the convention last Friday, how great must been their disapiointmcnt. '"V-n " or ,o.... l.L.O.I, .111.1 i,m- eoi.iinu. d it i ie,i uluji e er sinee in fiii I- ; j.-ni i, all n. , ,.( n:.- till you a renin ilia I Ie lliirurlhat ! Wis a tj,i i-.;;e, hut a :.klitl'le I'tlili Io me. ' I loin,. I thai wlnlr 1 was takili-.' I r. 1 1 - li-miv' pmU PilN. had I,, en eund id il.e sm. ,i. i uv I, ..hi', ulii.h hud In en f,riinl when ii i,y, .jy x.ios ..Id. and w hieh had epii.'j to nn all these years. The era iiiL' l r loi .a.eo h it io., n nd J ha e n v r ei i. need u -in.e. 1 have recommended iln- pili.s to inan. isi-ned) Cm nt S. 1 1 a i' i: : m .ton. I'hester S. 1 1 a; ri n . t.ai, biint; ilnly sworn, lep.ee. mid mi. that the nii.tt. r- contained in lac ul...e slat, mini hy I'm signed i.re true. 'II :. 'i i S. ! I l: I.I . , .. Su t s.ri I " d a nd -w .,rn to i .. f. .it me, a notary (an . ,e, I h ' ".i 'i l:t of.luly. I-'". l.li u.. 'd . ( i v. .'n'u , V 'ir . A 1 1 t he e h i . ti Is ,i e, s ; i In va,. ,. Ijfe inrl i i.-hne-. in i'ie I i and r. . of -l.atnr.d in i i - :. i : c an : I ia il, i n a coin i. i, .. i..nn, in In. ; ! , I, io .' Pink I'.l's ..i p.!.- pioph. TI" y : r. an i , a t.a ; i i n j .p. ei fu- '. a- ..a-li l i. as. s o ! r i .: r nt a i i, 1 1 a ! j : -a ly - j., t , n i:s' I an. .-, i i , i je;i , n, u ia , I lull In:.: i-Ia. Iierv- on. Ie adaeiu . ihe a ,''-er i fleet . of la rip-. p i! itation f the In art. pale and .sallow com- ph - i, a,., a ! I f. .rm:- ot w a 1; m .s either in ma !e .r ! ma Ie. at (J a II d '..-a.-es r-' li 'tic from it i- at., humors in the h.,o.. Dr. 'il htnns' l'it !. Pill, are old hy all de-ihr.. or w ill he sent (. ltd oil le a it I.I I i i-e, .".il eel ts lo. 'r six I ..c f..r ".'."h tin a r- n. er mid in in I k or .y 1 p hi ( by ,a.. o-es.; ;,' I r. Wll I iana' Medicine Company, .Tin n-i tady , N V. Row's 'iliis! We offer One Hundred lioll.irH fiewanl to ,a-'of (;atarrh that taIin,jl hv tlirc,i Hall Catarrh C ure. F . I. CHKNKY i CO., Props , Toledo, O. Vc the un.Ui signed, have known F. J. he- n y for the last i5 y ears, and In lievu hiiu pt r- feetly honorable in all business transactions Walimnu. KimsA iMauvin, VVhoksala Urutf- I f-'ists, 1 oleilo, ). Hall's Catarrh 'ureistakcn internally. actin? I riircctlv tip.Jii the hlnnd iMid inucovib surfa. esicif i the system. I'rice, 75c. per bottle, hold Ly bil lrui;'i,'LU. TcstuuouiU free, ( ! ll"iiro ril. i 'jbe Spanish gunner got himself i xvithin the burn, shut the door and ! bolted it. j luttiti his litle to his shoulder, he took careful aim, and, shutting his e.ves' ,lrt1' "Ha!" said he, "who haul 1 could not ,, he hMe (jf u lmruy Rut when he went to look for the mark of the bullet he found he had 'ed through a knot hole.-I ndianapo- lis Journal. i The ( hief Ruriress . M:les',nr' Pa., 1 "as I )- ill'- l.t I ie R ui V Risers are the ; best pil's ,o ever U-eil in In tainilv dtir I I flit lortV VealS of In. Use keepllin. They cure oust ipat ion . -a k headache and s'i lii ieh and li f tionbl. "mall m :-ie but iMcat in result? P. Ve!.i. rtiotorrnph r REVIVC from 1.1 1 P'Ptv RESTORES VITALITY $&A Made a i.t iy. ? ''fA-JrC A Well Man i.-.thiy. Ty of Me. THE GREAT not ti Hay. produces the alme results in "O days. It a t oowi rf iill.v a'.nl uuicklv. ur. t; win a all tin r. fail 1 I'ounu in.-a will reaia tln-ir lrt inatitio."!. ami olu anil will recover tleir ynntldul Mit'i" I'V usitiv ICIA'IXO. It . iul. kly and ran lv n .tores N'. rsoaH dckh. Lost Vitality, I in i.t-m-. Nik.-I.tly lliinsMeiis Lost l'owi r, l'ailitiK Mt-tiiory, Wastitnf Ins. as. s. anc ill 1 n-a ts ot M-lf aiaise er cv.-k and indiscretion, which unfits on. 1 l.T H'u.ly. Ihimi:. ss er tiiarria... I' oot only i nn s l.y starting at tin- ser.t ot d,M ase, bus '.8 s great m ri e tmilc nml ldonl liullder, t.ritaf r.it hack tin- pink kIiiw to .ale eheeks -i.l r itoriim th" lire of youth. It wards off Jtisanitj m l ('onsunij'ti'.n. fnsi.-t !i l.avini: Ill'A I O. uc other. It can i carried ia v.t j o. ki t. by mail Bl.no per i.nrkaire. or nix lor K.VOd, itti posl the written Karantee to iure or refund the inonev. Circular tree. AdJreKS Royal Medicine Co.SS&i1: I'or Sale bv P.. S. Webb tyfarren Hawes HOTEL ...livery and Fecil llai CRYSTAL MICH. ACCIDENT AND- HEALTH INSURANCE. The Fidelulltfttfal Aid ASSOCIATION WILL PAY YOU If ilinHble I bv accident. M to f liN per tnontli. If joii loe two hiiitm. f -MS to .'i.i mi. If you h-e your v e olrht, f s'S to f j.UOO. If you lose one ilmli. f sJ to f-.'Mi. If you Mre ill, M per nmnth. If killed, will pay your heirs, f 'Jos t f.i.iHK). It you die from natural must, li. IF INSURED, You cannot Ioko all your Income when you are sick or disabled by accident. Absolute protection at a cot of tl.(i to $-'.i' per monili. The Klilehty Mutual Aid AHOOiatlon Is pre eminently the larirent and Mronrc'M accident and health aoelation In the United Wtatea. It has f'i.o cash dUKiMtB with the states of Calilornla and M iimiurl. which, tntretber. wtih an ample Keserve Fund and Utrc assets, make Itareititlcatean absolute Kuarantre of the Hohdity of It protection to iti mt-inU-ra. For particular! addrew J. L. M. SHETTERLEY, Sec'y and (Jt-neral Manager, San Francisco, ( al J ALMA BUSINESS DIEECTORY professional I .It. oKu. VV. I lllMJl.K. 1 I.LM I: A I. I'll A i I li K. ;v . ; l-olla-l.) I.ioi k. Hour-, .ii''to :. m'..iu I i . oi,.. Iilork l.oi I Ii of A In. a l(oil. i i il( A. ma, Mh h. 1 A. li.Vi.l.lA. H,-uiii. i.i l si. r - i j. i Uti. .-. i ip. r lion--- li', ik. i .!!.. l.-.i.r- 1 .:jo io i m ! ', in s j,, n, li... . i , i I.i i- ;n. ( inr a .. i kill v. I F. M l l.M. .M I) , I l .i- i i. i. I Hi.. n juvii'i l.i.M l, I,:... k. Ml S I fri t !', IVVI.'l.o. 'I OI. I: KV. AM... i,. i.i I . Si.l 4 ..'i.i.i . i, n,ti i .!!' t. i . Aima. Mi. I,. .'I'm .! Lull,!,!,.-. ; 1 1 1 .sr. V.. llll.MV s,, ..,,,. I,,,,!,,,,,, li t ,, ii.u.ii (,,:,.. oi ;.,iaiie Mai (.oi.', k l.i i-t. i v.iir.iriri Wi.tk tue-ti. n d -iim!. t ail- ntieii.ii u i.i.t.t or i.ny. i l!; at Ut,.l.t J . u-e 1 .1 ry . SOCIETIES. I' K. ( II I I, (II S l s ;l) ,e I , II. e i. . II. 1 li.. a in h a . I l ate S in.i,ii . il Mi- M-s In , .,i,i,, l-...-r.,r in tlaiier, lllfKspV'l Ml.'! i III i: II-Mi.M.a.. M-r-.i- . I -c ::); s in,,: i v In, .. I IV. en. K. l. . t n t a '. ." . in. I )K. A . 1". 1 Ii; r..K K, Pa-tor. Mk.ClH liCII Morna.-.' seivi.-r- ln;:;ii; s.,,,. . ii . .i l,..'i! I .'a.'. Km i. m '.' -cm i ' 1 ;n. ..in.-.' I '. I.-' nn. la,.: Sin i lii e i i. i, ' at l. :.')'. I ' l i . I n a . ! 1 1 'I 1 1 ' i 1 I a . a . i r - a I '. : ', Hi . M . U. Caio.i i . ! ...tor. L'l'ls. ( li'Al. ( II I .': II S. i -. : - - are I . Id every I J .s.ii.iiav at . ..-.ii p. in . m:i.h.-. seiioci! nt p. tu. lion I 1 1 1 . i ii , ii r i i , la-i s,M ! "in!; 1 1 1. . I,' ii a' s ; t;, ,,. ,,. Kl V, II. II. .Il l ! l.li-i.S, J.'. ctol. Mb'l IHdtlsf i im im n- V M.liilav al I I am a. i.i ., . -1 s. r .. . ev. ry i n. in. siitiilay I.e.! loa n a in. la ii .1 I i .I.o cM-n. i, .. Al ill. lal. Ml a n,. pt.iy. t l:n -l ii.'.-. Tin-Mlny ' a. . ii. All nr.' . a ., ia 1 . : i, i'eu l . IU.. U. II. li .i.isi . I a. l.-r. 1 I "I IsT I III ,( Ileum -J .. iv a. pi;in- .n !: s. In...! II :IY i;-.. . .. i . i. e ;-;o. 1 ... 1 1 1 l' -'a. r i.pn inc. I : i i. a i, si til:.' '1 In: I -.In . e . . !, ! t,. 1(K. II. VV. Ci. i.:. i '. 1,11.1 '.II. Paster. LODGE! A I.MA Cliapvr. No. I J.'. A. M. (. jtia.r in. M lie.' ..ti Meti.lio I, il la . a . a at I . r I il Ii moon. M. ! d.l.ASKV, II. P. s, V"IM,, See'y 4 I.MA bolH.K. I'. A. M.-Heirul.-ir iiuetii l'h -; on sat unlay i.n .,r l.efoic lull inuoi . W. KKI.l.V, VV. M. M. l'nl.I.AU V, Sec y. ALMA 'Il A ITU H o. K. S. No. :!-l:ee,i:ar inc. lin-. on 1 de i'.r-t l-'ri.l.a v of en. li inoiitfj. Mils, Oi.jk II. Cai-i.k, VV. Mat r.n. Maiiv F. Tavi.uk, Sec'y. (r V. If U illi.nii Mner 1'o-t. No. l.'L' llet.int- I , in. lit of Miclii-.'iti. A. H., nn et nn '-al ,srtt ur.l.av of ,-iich 101 in t li at "1 ax ji. 111. and on the ltd Stituf.lay , t in h inoiilli nt -,';l tl i. in. J. .1. Ti.o-n , ouniKiiiil. r, f WM. iJaic.ktt, Aii.ani t 'M. MVi:ii HKI.IFF ColM't". Nn. 1M, me. t y co r sei 01, .1 and fourth .alia -djiy in tin nn. hill. MRS. WM. THOMAS, l-r. si,!, nt. Mav Ta i. oh, Secietnry HoVAL Alif'AM'M-Aoa.iIti Coiincil Nu. 10'; j ineet- eV.TV oilier VVeii I.imIji v li i - h t M t I . O. '. K Hall I N. IIHAIN 1.1IH. In eei.t. A. VV. ilf i K.N Hi, Si-t'v. I ' N Ii ill I s ot-' lY'l 11 1 AS lit .1 nines l.c.li;. ,X Nn, !'.',, K Of I', hol.l it- tee,!;i: ,,,, .,.j,,ef ee V ol lief VV Clllies,ln liiL'ht. il') SUAUKAK. (' (' ('. b. I'll a own k, K. 1 f l:. .v. s. A I.M A I.I IM, i;, I. 1 1. O. me. . M..I, liny even-ill.'-. V.S. lluIi.KMIHK.S'.d. .1 AS. W,I.oN, It. S. lJI l'l'l.'!l! l.olniK. I ol K. b-.-L-ulur Meet 11, n I 1 -.lav 1,1. hts. M l.-s, w ' N N.(i. M II" IiM MA MulUil.S. l: A I.MA b N't 'A M I'M t.NT. N 1 o o. I". n,t,t . ... rv l.t-t nod tint.; Tin s.li.y in e.u l niei.th. ("has MoKIO.M. seril.e. V. M. Wn.-oN, Chief 1-atiiarih. K 11 T M . K liar iv.im- of Alma Tci, t No. .'s n ie held i-mtv alt. 1 1 r . T . - Vi din niL-lit ill s:-. in VV. . Hull. i-it:iiL- in'f.i tier- of the I Oder are Welcome. i HAS. I- Isimia K, ( II. I. I.K1I1N, Ii. K. 10 -. VI. An V, ii.iie I I idiiy n 'I'. M. A 1 ii. o Hive No. .":J. Mo i utter f:ei 1.' on- ; V o'clock ; VV. li. ( '. h:o i V i-1i.1i - !.:v a - coral ml 1 v vv . om .1. M l;-.. I. . Hi i.iai.. b. '. Mns. Anna l.tnNAiin. 1J. K. 11 1 F . ("eiiif A I inn. No. " s. ;,,,i-:t- 11 tu rn 111 et:iiL in ll e V . 1:. C. Hull. V i tmetilai Uloi k, 01, ihe -c. end 'I' hu l ! v in a. I, month at sp. m hu al time, V i-itol- veaa ti 1 . F Ki.i.n 01 1. -. I;. i. bMi iiii k, It. s. yrlght Houso Barbor Shop AND BATH ROOMS' Kvery thine- First-Class. Come and .see me. For fashionable work I can please you. JIM ALLEN. ManoRor Bert Woodward Ileal Eslate Broker Mivkew Loans on tlrst-elacH Keai Estate Draws Papers relating to K-al Kftate Looka after property for nen resident ow ners Has property tor sale or exenane la evrry part of the eountrv Griswold House Cor. (iriiml Kiv. r Ave. (mil (triwnld St. DETROIT, MICH. Ibite- f .'.00 per Hay. First -clap? in every pnrtieri I nr. VtlSTAL A MOKKY. I'roprU-tor. vttentlon- When in St. Louis, sttip at the univ Jllill botp of room uinl t In- let of tare V'iv en ymir Imrrec. lb U. COOl'KH. I'rop. TELEGRAPHY. SITUATIONS GUARAOTEED.JKE,E ly. Wanted, younif nu n and ladiea to enprare w'tli t 11 ion l.lectrlr TeleKriipli I'ompiiny and learn tcWavraphtnr on our lines immediate ly and take ftosttinns In a few weeks. For termi and information address. J. W. MAHSH, Hr.CHtTARY. 3.Vi W. Lake St.. Chk ano.